Subject RE: [IBO] Re: Pre-sale questions
Author Jason Wharton
Yes, this is correct.

If you have not paid for a version of IBO and I die you are stuck with the
nag screen. But, I assure you, IBO is successful enough that someone will
want to take it over and continue its development.

Jason Wharton

-----Original Message-----
From: Svein Erling Tysvær
Sent: Friday, August 27, 2004 12:59 AM
Subject: [IBO] Re: Pre-sale questions

The evaluation version displays the nag screen, the licensed version
does not. Nothing happens when you terminate your subscription, only
that Jason expects you to stop using IBO for development (if I
understand things correctly, you may still use or sell your products)
- hence Trustware.


--- In, "homerjones1941" wrote:
> So far I am very impressed with IBO, but before I continue testing I
> want to make sure I understand your license agreement.
> 1. If I stop renewing my subscription, do the "evaluation" nag
> screen resume if I should recompile ?
> 2. If I stop renewing my subscription, will my customers start
> getting the nag screen even without a fresh compile? In other words,
> what happens to finished products?
> 3. If either 1 or 2 is true, have you made any kind of provision to
> eliminate the nag screen in the event of your retirement, illness,
> or death? My customers ask me this all the time.